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[audio]Speaker Ban Study Commission Hearings, 1965 - Speaker Ban Study Commission
The Speaker Ban Law was adopted on 25 June 1963, the last day of the legislative session, after just over one hour of debate. It prohibited speeches on North Carolina public college campuses by "known" members of the Communist Party, persons "known" to advocate the overthrow of the constitutions of North Carolina or the United States, or individuals who had pleaded the Fifth Amendment in order to decline answering questions concerning communist subversion...
Keywords: North Carolina. Speaker Ban Study Commission; Freedom of speech--North Carolina; Universities and colleges--North Carolina; Education--Political aspects--North Carolina--History--20th century; Public universities and colleges--North Carolina; American Association of University Professors; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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